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in livermore and in the north bay, the temperatures were in the 80s. a live look outside from the toll plaza. we're seeing crystal clear skies this evening. a few high clouds overhead. it is minimal and near the coastline. the temperatures in the 70s and 80s. more coming up. >>> also coming up -- >>> new tonight lat 11:00. a map was shot and killed in east oakland tonight. at 6:45. the man was found dead inside of the home. it was not cheer if he was shaw about the home or outside it. police have the description of a suspect. >>> a retired bay firefighter who disappeared from a chicago bowel train has been found in nebraska. the family of the 69-year-old is saying that his body was spotted by a rail worker. he was last scene on the 16th. >>> we'll be right back. what was grandma's cold remedy? hi, primo! asopao! right, asopao! there you go cuz, so you can sweat it out! oh, and music... ( all ) music? ... heals the soul. the power to share unites us. verizon brings your entire family the savings of the share everything plan. unlimited talk. unlimited text. and data you can share with up to 10
triplicado en los últimos años en el país y causó más muertes que la cocaína y la heroína juntas, y la designación atribuido a un crimen organizado tuvo un desenlace inesperado, y le contamos por qué. >> este es su noticiero univisión, edición nocturna. >> muy buenas noches, ser jornalero en arizona nunca ha sido más difícil, tienen entre el temor por ser deportados en la ley ley sb 1070 y la necesidad de ejercer las filas para encontrar empleo, veamos la historia desde félix. >> en primera instancia salieron para no ser pesar de la resistencia, la marcha que era también a las oficinas del sheriff, pero hubo algo más. que acá estamos demandando la investigación del oficial henderson. por abuso de autoridad, por violación de los derechos humanos como por violación de los derechos civiles, y racial. >> hablaba del caso de arturo garcía y felipe reyes con los números de ser detenidos por una inflación de tránsito el martes a la noche, apenas entró en vigor la ley sb 1070. >> sin darte que toma signifique meterlos a la cárcel se llevó directamente a inmigración, hizo y
feto, tenemos a ricardo arrambarri con los detalles. >s>> on lamentables, es un crimen tan horrendo que se nos hace prácticamente imposible creer que alguien lo haya cometido, una mujer cortándole el vientre a otra, sin importarle si este o la madre sobreviven. >>> ella confesó cómo ella se hizo amiga de ella, con la esperanza de robarle el feto. >>> su intención era obtener el bebé, y no matarla. >>> la ahorcó, le dio una paliza y después le cortó los órganos para sacarle el bebé, eso dijo la fiscalía. >>> el jurado no tardó mucho en encontrarla culpable y el viudo de la víctima suspiró con alivio. >>> no me devuelve la esposa pero se hizo justicia. >>> morales rodríguez engañó a su novio diciendo que estaba embarazada, encontró a maritza cruz de 23 años para cristian que quedó a cargo de los otros 3 niños del matrimonio no ha sido nada fácil, el mayor de los hijos de 7 años sabe qué pasó, una pesadilla imborrable. >>> morales rodríguez no mostró señales de arrepentimiento, de hecho cuando ocmetió el crimen llamó al 911, pidiendo auxilio, clamando que ha
's a little different here. >> most of the features are similar to what you have on the 4s. >> does it arm the same way? >> it's a little faster. it has a faster chip and the apps are a little longer. it's lighter. >> so what do we do with this old relic? >> that you pass on to your son. >> is that the 4? you are so behind times. >> the entry model into the world of apple. >> i feel so embarrassed. >> all right. very interesting. >> thanks. >> you bet. >> well, cuts to staffing at san jose's police department is forcing the outgoing chief to move some officers out of the office and on to the beat. nbc bay area's damian trujillo is live. damian, is the new strategy working at this point? >> reporter: you know what? you can call it operation swarm, if you will, jessica, but that's basically what police are doing. they're swarming the streets with more patrol cars, and that might be part of the reason why we haven't had a homicide here in the last few weeks. remnants of the police flares still sit on flanagan drive in san jose, scene of a shooting thursday night that injured two people. [ spe
for a long time. >>reporter::haazig madyun kron 4. >>pam: and the other salute to the kron 4's rob fladeboe was ready outside the gate of moffett field. and i think it is an honor. the spaceship was amazing! it had a great contusion with the chest and a marine helicopter i do not think that i'll never see like that again. >> the patriotism outside of the golden gate. and the shuttles were overcome with emotion. >> it is fabulous! might taxpayer dollar at work. i love it. >>reporter: the chp were here and several lined along moffett field and others were gathering on top of rooftops to watch history. >> it is a great day for history. and to see the orbit come true in for a reported to celebrate what the program is all about. there were young people that were born after the first shuttle flight and this is a culmination for >> . they grew up with the shuttle. for >>reporter: at 10:40 they appeared with cheers and the snapshots. and they waved farewell on a victory lap for the shuttle program itself. finally, disappearing into the west and in the horizon but gone. but by no means, forgotten. >
of north bay valley, locations slipping back into the 40s once again this morning. slightly warmer for your afternoon, the second half of your weekend, a slight cooldown in store. i'll detail this for you, coming up. >>> for the second night in a row, protesters marched through san francisco's mission district and vandalized numerous buildings, including a police station. we are live at the mission with more on what sparked the behavior. christian? >> reporter: john, a lot of the damage has been cleaned up in the areas of 16th, 17th and 18th streets and mission and valencia, where we are right now. take a look to the left. you can see the windows at live well fitness center have not been boarded up. you can see damage left over of a second night of rowdy street protests. san francisco police were out in force last night, trying to rein in the protesters for a second night. demonstrators marched through the streets to the mission police station, throwing paint on the door and a hammer at the officers. one officer received minor injury from the hammer. the protesters damaged two nearby banks,
. but it will keep a low profile and temperatures warm quickly today. we're in the 40s and 50s so it's cool at the coast. by noontime, we should be 60 at the coast and mid-70s inland and we are on the way to the warmer day for the weekend, mid 60s at the shoreline, near 90 livermore valley and evening hours, more fog and sea breeze that is going to lead to a cooler sunday. i'll tell you how cool in a little bit. >> terry: this morning, several san francisco businesses are cleaning up after a second straight night of vandalism by protestors upset over a police shooting that occurred on thursday night. police lined up outside the police station to protect it after it was vandalized thursday night. 40 demonstrators threw things at police and one officer was injured. they damaged several businesses including a paint ball attack that broke a restaurant window. several windows were smashed. no arrests. this was all part of a protest that was organized through social networking. they say they did shoot a 22-year-old man thursday night at 14th street. he was armed with a machine gun at the time. th
community. hundreds of people including gov. martin o'malley came to ofebrate the rev.'s 60 years leading worship. he was a member of the first class of african-american ministers accepted into the theological seminary where he steady with classmates dr. martin luther king jr.. he said he is honored by this recognition. >> i am happy. i'm happy i lived this long. they thought enough of me to make a celebration out of it. >> congratulations to you. it there's a lot of love in this room. it is a reflection of the love and service in the life you have given to the city in people of our state. >> to mar the church will hold a concert in honor of rev. would. congratulations. there's so much more to come. a warning for airline passengers. a dispute between american airlines and a pilot union means more delays. a man jumped into the tiger cage at the bronx zoo. he tells police why he made this week. taking the game into >> nyse police plan to arrest a man mauled by a tiger in the bronx zoo. he told investigators that he deliberately leaked into the exhibit because he wanted to "be one with the t
theories and the and one today. really 70's and 80's. offs your full forecast coming up in just a bit. >>marty: the second night of vandalism in san francisco mission district. here is a look at the scene from last night. that was a police station in the missions. you concede paint and other damage done to the outside the building. one officer was hit with an object. sits there are two banks in the area that also vandalized. all of this a result of a demonstration earlier in the night at delores carr where protesters gathered to demonstrate against an officer involved shooting. the incident happened thursday night in the 200 block of 14th street. police say an officer opened fire on a suspect who pulled a pistol as he was on the run. the suspect is expected to survive. >>ysabel: it was a site not to be mysterious space shuttle endeavor making a historic flight of the bay area. thousands of flans gathered to get a glimpse of the shuttle before it finds its permanent home in the >>mark: it is on its way officially. >>pam: it began its final flight leaving edwards air force base. the
in the area since the '40s. >> it's great being out here with my dad. he's -- that's where i got to be a big kid from. he's still a big kid i didn't think i was that big, but otherwise i guess i'm a kid, yeah. >> reporter: "endeavour" had its first successful lift-off from ken day space center in 1992. it's headed to its permanent spot at the science center and will be open to display for the public starting october 30th. >>> stephanie, thank you. across the bay area from many of it area over the bay bridge and the iconic shot of the golden gate bridge. a once in-in-a-lifetime chance see two american icons together. look at that shot. to see the space shuttle "endeavour" to fly by. it made two passes. crowds at the field screamed and clapped as it flew slow and low. the shuttle is making the rounds to california landmarks as it retires to a museum in california. it arrived at l.a.x. a short while ago. one woman told us it made her emotional to see such an important part of history. >> it was a strange emotional moment because i remember seeing the "columbia" launch when i was in the fifth gr
at bay. it will start off sunny with temperatures dropping into the 40s in the north bay, 50s elsewhere, and by noontime we are about 60 coastside, mid-70s in the inland valleys. look how warm, to the upper 80s, near 90 around the tri-valley. some fog is going to come back along the shoreline for the later afternoon hours. in fact, the sea breeze is going to kick up after about 1:00 to 25 miles an hour and changes are in store for the first full day of fall tomorrow. we will talk about those coming up. terry. >> lisa, thanks very much. >> this morning several businesses are cleaning up after a second straight night of protests after a shooting that occurred thursday night. at least 40 demonstrators returned last night and threw things at police. one officer was injured. they damaged several mission district businesses, including a paintball attack that broke a restaurant windows. several windows were also smashed at a u.s. bank branch and wells fargo bank. police broke it up without making any arrests. it was a protest organized through social networking. here's a flyer that circulated
. >>reporter: would be kidnapper is described as a white man in his 20's to 30's approximately 6 feet tall with freckle and facial hair. we have a reporter heading to san mateo and will bring you the very latest as soon as we have it. >>> republican presidential candidate mitt romney arrives this evening at san francisco international airport where he was joined by former secretary of state george shuttle. mitt romney hasn't spent a lot of time in the bay area but when he has it has often been in hillsboro. he held a fundraiser there in may. that's where he is tonight at the historic strawberry hill estate for another big money pick up. amma is there live for us tonight. amma? >>reporter: republican presidential nominee mitt romney just left the event about 8:45 to just 15 minutes ago and ever since guests have been filing out. now you can see he arrived by motorcade at 6:15 this evening and he arrived with a wave to protestors who were gather jeans outside handful who held their signs in support of president obama. now the people standing and supported mitt romney didn't seem too
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piece. this is the bill largest darkroom in the u.s.. >> there are a lot of people that want to get into that dark room. >> i think it is the heart of this place. you feel it when you come in. >> the people who just started taking pictures, so this is really an intersection for many generations of photographers and this is a great place to learn because if you need people from different areas and also everyone who works here is working in photography. >> we get to build the community here. this is different. first of all, this is a great location. it is in a less-populated area. >> of lot of people come here just so that they can participate in this program. it is a great opportunity for people who have a little bit of photographic experience. the people have a lot, they can really come together and share a love and a passion. >> we offer everything from traditional black and white darkrooms to learning how to process your first roll of film. we offer classes and workshops in digital camera, digital printing. we offer classes basically in the shooting, ton the town at night, treasur
into the low 40s along the coast and the valleys. sun coming up right before seven. by noontime mid-70s in the east bay valleys. it will be a warmer day today. in fact, the first day of fall featuring temperatures from the 60s with mostly sunny skies at our coast to near 90 inland. so that's taking us up to around normal. then a few patches of fog with some breezy winds around the bay later on tonight. we are talking about a slightly cooler day tomorrow but stay tuned, the seven-day outlook is looking like summer. terry. >> thanks very much. this morning several san francisco businesses are cleaning up after a second straight night of vandalism by protesters upset by a police shooting that occurred on thursday night. police lined up outside the mission district police station after it was vandalized thursday night. but at least 40 demonstrators returned last night and threw things at police. one officer was injured. they damaged several mission district businesses, including a paintball attack that broke a restaurant windows. several windows were also smashed at a u.s. bank branch and w
hits a 15-year-old girl putting her in the hospital. she is in stable condition this morning. news 4's derrick ward joins us live from the school with the latest. good morning, derrick. >> reporter: good morning. well, authorities are still trying to determine what the fights were about. i say fights because there apparently were several. reports started coming from the neighborhoods and that brought police to the scene here. now it happened yesterday evening as the game against clarksburg high school was breaking up here at watkins mill high school in gaithersburg. again, police started getting reports of fights in the neighborhood. as they were responding several police officers were here already as other police officers responded according to montgomery county police a 15-year-old tenth grader ran between two parked cruisers and was struck by another cruiser that was responding to the scene. she was tended to quickly by emergency personnel already on the scene and as i said she remains hospitalized in stable condition. now authorities at the school here say that they are taking step
have a big impact on japan's domestic and foreign policy. >>> u.s. marines took to the skies over japan in an aircraft that's been a lightning rod for anger. they're testing the mv-22 osprey. american military leaders plan to station the tilt-rotor transporter in okinawa, but the aircraft has a spotty safety record, so the only place some japanese want it to fly is back to the u.s. the first osprey slowly lifted off from the u.s. marine's iwakuni air station in western japan. the aircraft's rotors pointed upward like those on a helicopter. a number of protesters gathered outside the base. they don't want ospreys flying in the skies above them. they say the aircraft is too dangerous. >> translator: the plane shouldn't be allowed to leave the ground. >> pilots flew the aircraft over water. then they tilted the rotors in a horizontal direction so it could fly like a conventional plane. the maneuver is considered the most hazardous aspect of operating this aircraft. >> translator: i'm frightened by the thought that the aircraft may crash around here. >> translator: i'm fine with test flight
dancing on point, even if it hurts. >> the "point" being made in this p.s.a. is that pain should not be ignored. >> you're not going to disappoint your parents and coaches. you'll actually help them, because if they know there's a problem, potentially, you can look into it and address it before it becomes a bigger problem that they may actually have to pull you out of sports. [ whistle blows ] >> so keep in mind this advice -- don't play through pain. tell your coaches and parents when you're not feeling right, ask to play different positions on the team so you're not always stressing the same parts of your body, and avoid playing the same sport all year round. the idea is not to let a small injury turn into a big problem. for "tkn," i'm scott. >> there's more "teen kids news" coming up next. >> we'll be right back. >> nowadays, girls have all kinds of goals, from astronaut to zookeeper. but as veronique reports, there's another title that many consider a "crowning" achievement. >> being miss teen u.s.a. is an unbelievable dream. >> danielle doty is living the dream -- a dream sh
. >>> in libya, new fighting in benghazi. but it is not the libyans who support the u.s. who are under siege. it is the radical islamist group tied to that that killed the u.s. ambassador. hundreds of pro-u.s. libyans stormed the center, forcing the group to flee the city. they still have no organized force. >>> and the leader of the free syria army says his troops are moving in to better coordinate with rebel soldiers. this is the city of holmes. they cannot independently say the video is authentic, but activists say 166 people have been killed across syria today. >>> and a prisoner on death row claims he is too fat to execute. the legal guys are weighing in on this case.  a . >>> all right, just seconds away from our great legal minds who will take a swipe at a case that could make its way all the way to the u.s. supreme court. richard, what is it about the case? the swabbing, the dna for everybody? >> unreasonable search and seizure, the ninth circuit court of appeals will overturn the case, going to the supreme court. >> avery? >> well, what is the difference between t
. >> tim: another quarterback in the s.e.c. that people believe should dwooet get heisman consideration is a.j. mccarron. this pass before the end of the half to jones. number one alabama 30-0 over florida atlantic. >> verne: i expected a lot more out of florida atlantic. >> gary: if we were doing the game i would expect more out of florida atlantic. >> verne: alabama consecutive shutouts in the last two, trying to go for three in a row. i like their chances. 31-3. 4:45 to go, marcus murphy back to receive the kickoff. this has been a very convincing effort by south carolina. >> gary: and missouri had their chance again, just like they did against georgia. they had the ball inside the five at the end of the half, they were going it get the ball to start the third quarter and they didn't get a touchdown. then the bad kick. >> verne: yes. that one through the end zone. will come out to the 25. >> verne: notre dame has a chance to go 4-0 tonight. florida state has the same chance. here are the results. which seem most likely to finish? a lot of you like florida state. >> gary: and florida.
mcdonald's para que me recoja ahí. >>> ahora son tiempos más que criticos. >>> tiene 3 días desde que la ley sb 1070 entrara en vigor y el sitio luce casi vacío. >>> se concentraban 50, 40 jornaleros, ahora 14, 10. >>> no solo para los que les dan 20 dólares por un día de trabajo o quienes no pagan. >>> la ley sb 1070 ha minado el trabajo de nosotros. >>> este jornalero tiene susto. >>> acabo de llegar yo y nos pidieron la identificación dos policías, le saqué la id de méxico y nos dijeron que nos fuéramos. >>> a los activistas les preocupa que el acoso podría lograr que se cumpla la ley sb 1070, el objetivo que salgan los inmigrantes sin documentos. >>> estamos demandando la investigación del oficial hendersson por abuso de autoridad, por violación de los derechos humanos, por violación de los derechos civiles y por perfil racial. >>> hablaba del caso de felipe reyes y arturo garcía detenidos cuando entró la ley sb 1070. >>> el jefe de la policía dijo que iba a tratar a las personas con dignidad y respeto. >>> univisión contactó al departamento de policía que se dijo q
advertising the older 4-s version its store today. the company is also facing backlash against its new map app. the software replaces google maps and websites have already sprung up mocking apple's innacuracies. but that controversy didn't seem to hinder sales today. >> i'm pretty sure an update will clear everything up anyway. it's that simple. >> reporter: by midday, lines at many apple stores were already much shorter. but don't be fooled. this is expected to be the largest consumer electronics debut in history. by some estimates, apple could sell as many as 10 million iphones by monday morning. that would be twice what was sold the opening weekend for the last iphone model, the 4-s. for apple, a lot is riding on this launch. the iphone is its best-selling product. >> the iphone 5 drives approximately 70% of the profitability for apple. so this probably their most critical product launch out of all their product lines. and, to the extent that apple only comes out with a new iphone on an annual basis, clearly, this makes or breaks the year. >> reporter: apple shares didn't get much of a pop
of debate wednesday, october 3. next, we look at the environmental policies of u.s. policies followed by a look at the supreme court's upcoming 2013 term and a look at the supreme court's latest term from 2011 and 2012. then hate crimes and domestic extremism. >> when i first came down to washington, i did not know what an i.g. did. we will occasionally run into their law enforcement arm. i started a mortgage fraud unit and i was dealing with the inspector general from h.u.d. i did not know the big picture of what an i.g. was doing. when i first garden, the first thing i did was meet the i.g.'s. -- started, the first thing i did was to meet been i.g.'s. they are supposed to be looking for waste, fraud, and abuse. those are the words in their statutes. their number one concern is how to preserve their budget. they are worried about clashing with management and too much interaction with congress. it was a go along, get along attitude. i kept hearing hearing -- kept hearing the two types of i.g.'s. there was the lap dog and the junkyard dog. the head of the finance committee oversaw one
a possible shutdown come october 1st. if passive was delayed for days over partisan bickering. >>> and the u.s. senate also passed a measure almost unanimously that strengthens america's resolve on iran. the non-binding resolution allows the u.s. to pursue a policy other than containment if necessary to prevent iran from equiring nuclear weapons. the one dissenting vote came from rand paul who said it was a de factod declaration of war. >> the surge in afghanistan is over and officials are saying it has been a success. if all goes to plan, there will be a withdrawal of u.s.-led international military force by the end of 2014. pentagon correspondent barbara starr has details now. >> as commander in chief, i have determined that it is in our vital national interest to send an additional 30,000 u.s. troops to afghanistan. >> the president in 2009 announcing a surge of troops into afghanistan. now, those troops are on their way home and the military is saying mission accomplished. >> the surge has effectively covered and enabled the training of the afghan national security force and it's an amazin
. the protesters moved to 16th and mission where the u.s. bank is and wells fargo. they smashed windows and spray painted graffiti and made damage to a restaurant nearby. police caught up with them, and that's when the group dispersed. there was no arrests. protestors were passing out these anti-police fliers talking about the shooting saying "you can't shoot us all." and here is a look at last night after the officer involved shooting. it was a 22-year-old who police say was armed with a tech 9. that man has a violent history of robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and released from jail about two weeks ago. again tonight in the protest, one officer injured, and not life-threatening, and the protesters dispursed for now. police are keeping extra officers on the street all night. ama dates, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> more breaking news on the peninsula. we are learning san mateo police swarmed three schools. there was a kidnapping attempt on parkside elementary and a stranger on one campus and somebody offering alcohol to students on the campus of bayside stem academy. police not sure if these
moved to 16th and mission where the u.s. bank is and wells fargo. they smashed windows and spray painted graffiti and made damage to a restaurant nearby. police caught up with them, and that's when the group dispersed. there was no arrests. protestors were passing out these anti-police fliers talking about the shooting saying "you can't shoot us all." and here is a look at last night after the officer involved shooting. it was a 22-year-old who police say was armed with a tech 9. that man has a violent history of robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and released from jail about two weeks ago. again tonight in the protest, one officer injured, and not life-threatening, and the protesters dispursed for now. police are keeping extra officers on the street all night. ama dates, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> more breaking news on the peninsula. we are learning san mateo police swarmed three schools. there was a kidnapping attempt on parkside elementary and a stranger on one campus and somebody offering alcohol to students on the campus of bayside stem academy. police not sure if these three i
-life-threatening injuries treated. the protesters moved to 16th and mission where the u.s. bank is and wells fargo. they smashed windows and spray painted graffiti and made damage to a restaurant nearby. police caught up with them, and that's when the group dispersed. there was no arrests. protestors were passing out these anti-police fliers talking about the shooting saying "you can't shoot us all." and here is a look at last night after the officer involved shooting. it was a 22-year-old who police say was armed with a tech 9. that man has a violent history of robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and released from jail about two weeks ago. again tonight in the protest, notofficer injured, and life-threatening, and the protesters dispursed for now. police are keeping extra officers on the street all night. ama dates, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> more breaking news on the peninsula. we are learning san mateo police swarmed three schools. there was a kidnapping attempt on parkside elementary and a stranger on one campus and somebody offering alcohol to students on the campus of bayside stem academ
is at the committee table in the illinois state house or u.s. senate or in various meetings, but he is never the guy in the front of the room deciding or making the hard calls. said in may, he is in the most -- suddenly, he is president of the united states, leader of the free world. how does he do it? how does he make decisions? how does he govern? >> and investigative journalist credit president obama's advisers for many white house policy victories. on c-span2. >> former defense secretary robert gates and former 26 of staff chairman admiral mike mullen predicted dire consequences if automatic cuts are applied to the budget. both talked about the national debt, the need to compromise, and the current condition of service members and their families. this is an hour and 20 minutes. >> thanks, john, for your outstanding leadership and for hosting these forums. i also want to thank my co- chair at the coalition and a full partner here who helped to plan these forums, and the co- chair and presenter. pete, it is going to be a great pleasure to have you as a witness today. i have never been able to ask
valleys were in the upper valleys 80s in livermore, 87 and concord. and a santa rosa. in the south bay 70's. 76 in redwood city and 79 in redwood. from the bay bridge toll plaza still, clear skies. and this evening as we go towards tomorrow much of the same with a minimum fog along the coast. with 70's, 80's that low pressure system that is going to go over the bay area will stay to the north. a gorgeous weekend on tap. i will show you temperatures and your neighborhood, coming up. >>pam: developing tonight mitt romney is fund-raising in the bay area and obama supporters are making their point point, lovely. with a full report, coming up. loudly- [ female announcer ] with swiffer wet cleaning better doesn't have to take longer. i'm done. i'm gonna...use these. ♪ give me just a little more time ♪ [ female announcer ] unlike mops, swiffer can maneuver into tight spaces and its wet mopping cloths can clean better in half the time. mom? ♪ ahhhh! ahhhh! no it's mommy! [ female announcer ] swiffer. better clean in half the time. or your money back. ♪ >>pam: mitt romney is
's the ball game. james couldn't get very far with it, and mike riley s has now tied lon schneider as all-time winningest coach in oregon state history. more importantly the beavers go to 2-0 with a huge road win. sean mannion threw for 379 and 2 touchdowns. here's quint. >> quint: coach, congratulations. how do you best describe the defensive effort today? >> it was an awesome job by our defense. i thought they kept playing and we gave up one big play, you know, but besides, that it was an awesome game, way to go by the offense. >> quint: you said one game in, kind of a mystery. where does this team stand in your eyes right now? >> 2-0. we'll keep trying to get better. like this team. working really hard. a great win for the beavers to come down here to the rose bowl. these guys run defeated. had some big wins, and i really liked how our team played today. >> quint: put yourself on an individual level, tying oregon state with the most wins ever. >> i love it. means we've been there a while. means a lot to me that way and very thankful for the time we've had at oregon state. just going to
look how gorgeous this s we're seeing high clouds moving in as you can see there looking towards the bay. there is another live picture now from south bay. it's san jose. beautiful day there. 79 for the high there is some filtered sunshine. high temperatures up. up to 88 in fairfield and there is some incredible pictures this is the flyover and there is saying it was thrilling. this is another shot posted by vince d. there is a shuttle that was right over his house. he enjoyed it. there is a last picture, it was awesome. the words to describe this, unbelievable. you had to see it. there is a beautiful afternoon. we're going to carry it over into the first day of fall. temperatures 57 in half moon bay. 85 in concord now. santa rosea, 83. clear skies tonight. patchy fog. fog arriving at 7:49. it's going to butte beautiful. mild to warm this weekend. tomorrow morning starting out with just patchy fog, temperatures mid-40s to upper 40s in north bay valleys, other areas into 50s weem call it cool to comfortable. there is some high clouds moving in and those clouds goring to stay with
on forbes on fox. >> anti-american protest still erupting in pakistan despite the u.s. spending $70,000 on an ad denouncing the anti-islamic film . secretary of state urging lawmakers to keep billions in u.s. aid flowing in the region. is she right or time to cut them off. >> go in focus with mr. steve forbes who is author of "freedom manifesto" it is a must read book to read . rick unger and elizabeth and rich and victoria. >> steve, is it time to cut them off. >> cut off or partial cut off . egypt and other countries if you can't protect, you shouldn't get free money from us. that is basic. rick unger, it is our mon yewe should be able to decide. and if they can't protect our embassy and treat us with a decency, shouldn't we cut them off? >> the issue is you can't make foreign policy in reaction to short term events. we know it is awful and i will be the first to agree those governments should have protected our embassy. it does no good to have a rahn paul reaction. >> emake >> we did it in north korea and south africa and cutting off the west bank and the gaza strip and done if w
and the state department of the 1920s and the 1930s showed admirable tolerance for the eccentricities of george f. kennan. i always thought george f. kennan resigned from the foreign service more times than anybody else in the state department would always come back and say don't do it. .. technologies available to us. it was just making the point that if you ask about -- look at history through aviation, you would say history has not changed much in the last 60 years. we still fly at exactly the same speed. on airliners that, if anything, are less comfortable than they were then. if you look at the speed of communication, and the declining cost of communication, that is a totally different world. from the world when the first jetliners were developed. and in that sense, yes, it looks like history has speeded up. but i'm going to be flying to england next week, and i think i'm going to have the sense, as i fly there that history is moving very slowly indeed. >> john gaddis is the author of this book "george kennan: an american life." he joins us here at the book philosophy. thank you so much.
in the area sense the 40s. >> it was great being out here with my dad. that he's still a big kid. >> i didn't think i was that big, but otherwise i guess i'm a kid. >> what a memorable day. a lot of us became photographers today, pointing our cell phones and cameras towards the sky. but there's one photographer that really stood out. san francisco's phil magrue became famous for that shot of lightning. so today he was at it again. 400 pictures he took and posted them to facebook. they were immediately shared worldwide by hundreds of people and like so many, he felt proud of the bay area and the u.s. space program. >> it's very satisfying, and a lot of my facebook friends are photographers i've met. i came from the east coast, so a lot of them are from east coast, a lot have never seen the shuttle or been to san francisco. so even like high school classmates and people back home that have never seen or experienced some things, it's fun to share with them and with family. >> he says during the last few days he studied climate reports to decide the best place to shoot and his work paid off. >>
seasonal note. upper 70's. some spots hit the 80s. clear across maryland. changes ahead from the frontal edition. could produce showers and gusty thunderstorms. in the meantime a quiet situation overnight with just a few clouds. we go toward 80. >> all right. we never know just how we will handle most situations until we are in them when a child was trapped in a burning building in pikesville two men jumped in to action and they don't want to be recognized for what they did. one day the little boy they saved will have quite the story to tell. >> they are. >> reporter: at 21 months brodie is full of smiles. >> mommy. >> reporter: unaware of the real danger he was in just hours earlier. >> crews arrived to find heavy smoke. multiple people were trapped inside. >> reporter: two that were trapped abrodie and her mother. shelf ran out to the balcony and she saw the work crew and saw them yeping for help. >> we have three landscaping workers working on the property. they saw the child and mother on the third floor. they threw it to the third flew and brought the child down. >> reporter: t
today when the 5 went on sale here in the u.s. and all other countries all over the world. it has a larger screen than the iphone 4s. 10 million of them are expected to be shipped out in the next ten days. for th fanatics, the hours they spent in line today, they say, was well worth it. >> it's tradition for me. every year i get the new one. >> it's just an experience. i mean, it's a social experience. >> fixed maps. fixed maps, that's it. >> that's the one early complaint. there are some hiccups with apple's new mapping program which replaces google maps on the new phone. >> rock solid evidence. that's what researchers say they have on a series of studies that link soda to obesity. one of the studies lasted decades with more than 33,000 participants. they found that drinking soda affects the geneses that regulate your weight. those that were jeanetgenetical predisposed to weight gain were at more risk if they drank soda. >> now that the match player, wilson building downtown lit up in national's red tonight. it's going to look that way every night from now until the end of the na
, disgusting, reprehensible. but that does not provide justification for violence. >> clinton appears in a u.s. government ad that is airing up to ten times a day on pakistani tv. in india, students shouted death to america, burning the american flag. protesters beat an effigy of president obama and burned a box that was supposed to be his coffin. protesters also burned an american flag in afghanistan and thousands took part in a massive demonstration in iraq. muslims called a 14 minute movie trailer an attack on their religion and their value to continue their protest. >>> starting monday, new yorkers will see a controversial ad popping up on their subway system and the person behind that ad wants it launch it here in our metro. the ad reads, in any war between the civilized man and the savage support the civilized man. support israel. defeat jihad. behind it is pamela gellar. she is with a group. some call her ad antimuslim. gellar disagrees. >> honestly, anyone that disagrees with me, i would take a bullet for their right to disagree with me. this is the beauty of america. >> throughout ou
round of vandalism. we were hearing home767 shaking the u.s. senate pass a gap spending measure to keep the government running. the 62 to 30 votes to means the government will have enough money to operate through to next march. president obama is hitting congress for leaving behind a lot of unfinished business. >>> these ideas have been around for months, the american people want to see them passed but apparently some members of congress are more worried about their jobs >>> mitt romney scooped up some campaign cash in the bay area. romney made headlines by or his bay area arrival with the release of bis 2011 tax returns. sharon chin shows us the present sedan hopeful paid more in taxes than he needed to. >>> the couple says they paid an average 20 percent tax rates over the past two decades but did not release details. romney a riveting in a private could reassert and hillsborough. it's been a tough week, he spoke with cbs anchor scott kelley. >>> we've got a campaign which is tied with the incumbent president of the united states >>> romney is slipping under the polls. the canon did d
:30 thursday with hundreds of pedestrians near by, police say this woman believed to be in her 20's hailed a cab. she asked the bar what taxi driver -- barwood taxive driver to take her but she needed to stop at an atm. he pulled up and she pulled out a 12-inch knife.s crazy. you don't hear about things like that. it's really strange. >> police say not only did she rob him of his fare money but forced him to take money from the atm. twice she entered in a dollar amount and the cab driver hit cancel. >> there was some conversation, possibly negotiation between the two of them. she entered a third amount that transaction went through. >> she got away. the police want you to take a good look at her. >> we're in this neighborhood all the time. so you don't think twice about it. >> kind of scary. >> prince george's county police arrest add river dale man for stalking a 13-year-old girl while she waited at the school bus stop. officersted him yesterday. a preliminary investigation found that for several days he would watch the girl at the bus stop
in that crash. >>> a young man in his 20s was struck and killed today in san francisco. it happened on potrero avenue early this morning. the person was standing in the roadway when he was hit by a pickup truck. the driver of that truck, the young woman in her 20s stopped and cooperated with investigators. police said she did not appear to be driving under the influence. the medical examiner is still trying to locate the victim's family and has not yet released his name. >>> a day set aside for peaceful protests. pakistan's government called for a national holiday today a day of love for the profit muhammad. but a number of demonstrations turned violent particularly in the largest cities. protesters set fire to a movie theaters. across the country at least 19 people were killed. 200 injured in battles with police. >>> in benghazi, libya a huge peaceful crowd is demanding an end to extremist violence there. the crowd is estimated at 20 people with some libyan police officers seen taking part. many people carried signs mourning the death of u.s. ambassador chris stevens. the protesters marched t
to both sides. at the time, iran was still flying many f-4's a couple phantoms and on the other side we had advisors on the ground advising hussein. hussein was our ally and we sent money to hussein on a routine basis. there are some reports that say hussein grect drectly got money from our c.i.a. -- directly got money from our c.i.a. you can understand the confusion over there and you can understand even though iraq has been liberated and there is a democracy there that some of them still seem to hate us for some reason. you wonder why would they hate us if we freed them? because some of them still remember hussein and they fear there will be another hussein. one of the saddest stories that came up i think in the last week was a young soldier was killed in afghanistan. he was killed by the policeman the afghan policeman he was training. we've had over 50 deaths in afghanistan this year from friendly fire from our supposed allies. this one was particularly sad. this boy was to come home within a week or two. his brother was having a football game, was supposed to make his brother's foot
off period. >> which could mean a suspension of the bar's liquor license. the latest i.n.s. den was september 1st when police say a 25-year-old fatally stabbed one of the bouncers tavares jones who was trying to break up a large fight. county officials say for the past several years there have been, coat, a copius amount of unfortunate amount of issues including after parties in the park lot which they say attributes to too much noise and litter. >> security's the big thing. they need to consider whether they need to close down at an earlier hour. they need to consider whether they'll have a security presence there. >> a few patrons said tb should hire more security but say the government is overreacting. they say the owner does a lot for the community, including hosting barbecues in the parking lot. no comment from neither the bar's management nor the bar's attorney. wbal tv 11 news. >>> 5:10 and 64 at the airport. the orioles battle for their first post season in 15 years. where you can get your big game tickets. that's still ahead. >>> and the day many people waited for. the
day of fall. i'm randi kaye. fresh protests erupt across the muslim world, keeping the u.s. on alert, but not all of the demonstrations are anti-america. >>> missing in iran, the wife of a retired fbi agent who vanished years ago is taking her plea for help to an unlikely person. iran's president himself. >>> scientists are on the front lines of an ambitious goal to cure six deadly cancers this decade. we have an exclusive interview with some of the researchers who are taking on that incredible feat. >>> anger and rage over a u.s.-made film are sparking violent protests in countries overseas for yet another day. take a lack here. this is bangladesh. protesters vandalized a bus and set fire to a motorcycle during demonstrations in its capital city. many protesters were arrested. the demonstrations with all over an independently produced film mocking the prophet muhammad. protests are planned in at least four other countries today. thousands gathered in pakistan not to protest, but to bury some of the people killed in violent demonstrations yesterday. at least 27 people were killed and
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